The spiritual, political, cultural, and economic landscape at this point in American history is unfriendly toward forward momentum for God.
Yet I believe that the greatest works of God are accomplished during the most limited times humanly speaking. In fact, some of the most financially intense projects recorded in Scripture took place during lean times.
- The wilderness tabernacle was constructed by laid-off brick layers.
- The second Temple was constructed by refugees.
- The first century church was funded by poverty-stricken Christians.
The economic insecurity, political instability, cultural turmoil, and spiritual upheaval of today makes a very large platform for God to be magnified! When significant works of God happen against this backdrop, the glory obviously goes to God. (more…)